- Introduction to pH
- Effect of pH on strength of acids and bases
- Identify the nature of a substance based on pH
- Strong and weak acids/bases
- Strength of solution vs concentration
- pH change & the concentration of H+/OH-
- Effect of concentration on pH change
Strong acids/bases dissociate completely whereas weak acids/bases dissociate partially. Created by Ram Prakash.
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- How does concentrated/strong acid and base affect metals and our body and which one is more harmful strong acid or strong base?(6 votes)
- First up they are corrosive so the cause 'burn' on your body.Drinking them may cause the internal organs to 'burn'. They can hinder normal functioning of body.For Ex:A strong base may neutralize HCl present in the stomach.So dont drink strong acids/bases(2 votes)
- A reason why partial dissociation takes place in Vinegar is that acetate- ion is highly unstable. What is the reason in that sense for partial dissociation in NH4OH?(4 votes)
- Why arent polyprotic acids stronger than monoprotic as they would be able to give out more hydrogen atoms?(1 vote)
- HCl when mixed in aqueous solution give H+ and Cl- ions and you are calling this disassociation while this broken down of HCl in its constituent ions in aqueous solution is called ionization because HCl has polar covalent bond which when mixed in water breaks the polar covalent bond and they becomes ions H+ and Cl-(1 vote)